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2 Medals For Courage (~Bravery) "За отвагу" with sequential serial numbers!

Article about: What You think about them? They are originals. Any information is welcomed! And. Condition is bad but what they are worth? Thank you!

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    Default 2 Medals For Courage (~Bravery) "За отвагу" with sequential serial numbers!

    What You think about them? They are originals. Any information is welcomed!
    And. Condition is bad but what they are worth?
    Thank you!

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    Last edited by Jerry B; 06-27-2014 at 05:23 PM.

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    Have these been in a fire?
    "You will get all the rest you need in the grave"

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    Quote by visor View Post
    Have these been in a fire?
    Or dug up?

    Either way items for sale or trade have to be posted in the classifieds sales section. I have edited your post to reflect this.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Quote by visor View Post
    Have these been in a fire?
    I think no. You can still see remains of ribbon. It's rather dug up.

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    looks ground dug alright..2 courage medals numbered in order....never seen that before...rare me thinks...
    from burnt/bombed out factory,,,awarded to one person....well never know..
    if in good condition id pay 70 euro...in this condition 25 euro max..just because they are numbered in sequence...

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    I think fire.

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    Early (February/March) 1944 issued. Research would be interesting to determined if awarded to one person. I have seen sequentially awarded medals and orders. It's rare, but it did occur; see for example, Orders of the Red Star, #2641059 & #2641060.

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    Quote by darrenj40 View Post
    looks ground dug alright..2 courage medals numbered in order....never seen that before...rare me thinks...
    from burnt/bombed out factory,,,awarded to one person....well never know..
    if in good condition id pay 70 euro...in this condition 25 euro max..just because they are numbered in sequence...
    I see. That damn condition... Then they are practically worthless. Sad but true. But i still like them for their numbers.

    Quote by darrenj40 View Post
    from burnt/bombed out factory,,,awarded to one person....well never know...
    Why not? If someone are interested, they can make research in Russia. But it cost 60 EUR each.
    And i'm not sure that they numerate medals in factory.

    Thanks to all for replies!

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    Quote by Mussolini View Post
    That damn condition... Then they are practically worthless.
    Not to the person to whom they were awarded. . .

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    Moneywise not expensive. However ground dug always adds value to me since they ''saw" a real battle.

    This order of numbers means that they were awarded within a week. So I don't think they were awarded to the same person.

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